Joint Program in Functional Genomics/Computational Biology
Thomas Jefferson University & University of Delaware
The Joint Program in Functional Genomics/Computational Biology at the Daniel Baugh Institute has been established to provide an interdisciplinary base for research and education in these rapidly emerging computational-biomedical fields.
Students in the program have the opportunity to assemble their curriculum from a selection of courses at both universities. There is no additional tution cost and the credits and grades appear on the home institute academic transcript. Graduate level courses available include but are not limited to:
|Thomas Jefferson University
Biochemistry: Molecular Building Blocks
Biochemistry: Genetic Information Transfer
Introduction to Neuroscience
|University of Delaware
High Performance Computing
Daniel Baugh Institute
- Amygdalar neuronal plasticity and the interactions of alcohol, sex, and stress
- Pharmacological ceramide reduction alleviates alcohol-induced steatosis and hepatomegaly in adiponectin knockout mice
- Decorin induces mitophagy in breast carcinoma cells via peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor γ coactivator-1α (PGC-1α) and mitostatin
- Inputs drive cell phenotype variability
- What is it to be Conscious?